The Cosmic Redeemer
Colossians 1:15-18
  Preeminent is the restatement context clue word that gives Paul's meaning of the word " firstborn " in this passage.
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Preeminent is the restatement context clue word that gives Paul's meaning of the word " firstborn " in this passage. Because Christ is the created all things through him and for him and being the one who holds all things together, including the church, makes him preeminent (sole ruler) of all things. Title: The Cosmic Redeemer Text: Colossians 1:15-18 Topic: The Supremacy of Christ Theme: Since Christ is the Creator of all creation and the church, Christians recognize his right to reign and rule over all creation, especially the church in which he has redeemed. Introduction: There are four facts about Christ and his relationship to creation that prove his preeminence or supremecy over all creation. Outline: I. He is supreme over all creation (v. 15-17) A. All things are created by him B. All things are created through him C. All things are created for him D. All things are held together in him Introduction: There are three facts about Christ and his relationship to the church that prove his preeminence or supremecy over the church. II. He is supreme over the church (v. 18) A. The church is held together by him 1. like a head controls the body B. The church was commenced by him C. The church will be completed by him
10000000067229 67229 Notes 2011-02-05 10:20:31 2011-03-04 21:47:08 Preeminent is the restatement context clue word that gives Paul's meaning of the word " firstborn " in this passage. Because Christ is the created all things through him and for him and being the one who holds all things together, including the church, makes him preeminent (sole ruler) of all things. Title: The Cosmic Redeemer Text: Colossians 1:15-18 Topic: The Supremacy of Christ Theme: Since Christ is the Creator of all creation and the church, Christians recognize his right to reign and rule over all creation, especially the church in which he has redeemed. Introduction: There are four facts about Christ and his relationship to creation that prove his preeminence or supremecy over all creation. Outline: I. He is supreme over all creation (v. 15-17) A. All things are created by him B. All things are created through him C. All things are created for him D. All things are held together in him Introduction: There are three facts about Christ and his relationship to the church that prove his preeminence or supremecy over the church. II. He is supreme over the church (v. 18) A. The church is held together by him 1. like a head controls the body B. The church was commenced by him C. The church will be completed by him notes
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Colossians
Colossians 1:15-18
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He is the image of the invisible God ,
the firstborn of all creation .
For by him all things were created ,
in heaven and on earth ,
visible and invisible , whether thrones or dominions
or rulers or authorities --
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all things were created through him and for him .
And he is before all things ,
and in him all things hold together .
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And he is the head of the body ,
the church .
He is the beginning ,
the firstborn from the dead,
that in everything he might be preeminent .
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10000000067229 67229 Arc 2011-02-05 10:20:31 2011-03-04 21:47:08 editing Colossians 1 15 1 18 Colossians 1:15-18 51 NT esv i160718 i160704 He is the image of the invisible God , i160719 i160720 i160721 i160705 the firstborn of all creation . i160722 i160706 For by him all things were created , i160707 in heaven and on earth , i160708 visible and invisible , whether thrones or dominions i160709 or rulers or authorities -- ideaexplanation 1 i160723 i160710 all things were created through him and for him . i160724 i160711 And he is before all things , i160712 and in him all things hold together . series series series i160725 i160726 i160713 And he is the head of the body , i160714 the church . ideaexplanation 1 i160715 He is the beginning , i160716 the firstborn from the dead, series i160717 that in everything he might be preeminent . series 1 1 1 esv 25 a 50 discourse
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